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O'Hara, Charleslocked

(c. 1740–1802)
  • Stephen Conway

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O'Hara, Charles (c. 1740–1802), army officer and colonial governor, was the illegitimate son of James O'Hara, Baron Kilmaine and second Baron Tyrawley (1681/2–1773). He attended Westminster School, and was appointed ensign in Colonel Edward Wolfe's regiment, later the 8th foot, on 20 April 1751 and cornet in the ...

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